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The appearance of the fourth edition of this work is a matter of great interest to anatomists, physicians, surgeons and students the world over. They have learned to regard the book as a valuable and reliable storehouse of information. The first edition was published in five volumes, the first of which appeared in 1892. Three parts of the fourth edition have already appeared, a section on angiology, another on arthrology, and now this, which is the first section of the first volume and which, after the introduction and brief chapter on general anatomy, is devoted to the skeleton of the head. Sections devoted to the lymphatics and to the skeleton of the thorax, vertebral column and limbs are in preparation. This section is largely the work of Augier. It has been entirely recast and considerably enlarged, containing 566 pages as compared with 203 in the third edition, and 313 illustrations
Traité d'anatomie humaine. JAMA. 1932;99(10):854. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740620064038
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